I finished the Noro headband the day after I started, then I had to take photos and then I kinda forgot about posting it!
Well, I remembered that I forgot so, it’s all good.
The photo below shows the colors very welll, unfortunately I’m not smiling.
I think I’m one of those people that unless it’s in a fashion magazine, the person should be smiling.
I mean, who wouldn’t be happy to have a handknitted Noro headband on their head?
Who wouldn’t want a zillion photos taken of you and only two or three turned out worthy enough not to delete because the colors were off?
I will blame the camera, we used the point and shoot, it probably went bonkers with all the fabulous colors of Noro.
I believe the camera’s train of thought went something like this:
“What!?! Colors!?! You expect me to take a multi colored photo? Wait, Noro? How can I get the real colors of Noro!?! Heehee, I know what I’ll do, I won’t let a smiling photo get though, I get the colors right but she won’t be smiling! HehehahahaHAHAHAAAHAAAAAAAA!”
Or maybe I had the wrong lighting, but let’s blame the camera!
Pattern: Easy Neckwarmer Headband
Yarn: 1 skein of Noro Kureyon in #170 Blue/purple
It was a very fun and quick knit!
I carry one of these neckwarmers in my purse all the time if I’m not already wearing it!
When you wear a neckwarmer you retain more heat then the average scarf(since it’s covering more of your neck) and since you are not losing heat through your neck, your whole body will be warmer.
If you are jogging and you still want to wear your ponytail, just slip the neckwarmer on your head as a headband.